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Eclipse 3.4 JSP Problem

Yohan Liyanage
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Joined: Aug 17, 2007
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Hi,

I recently moved to Ubuntu (Hardy) from Windows and installed Eclipse Ganymede SR1 - JEE Bundle for Linux, and opened some of my previous projects in the Eclipse IDE. I was suprised to see Warnings in my project (which was not there previously), highlighting the page directive declaration of my JSPs.

The line highlighted was:


The Warning is:


I tested the same thing on a fresh project, and Eclipse shows this message even for newly generated JSP files (using the Wizard).

Is there any way to solve this issue ?

Thanks in advance.
[ October 02, 2008: Message edited by: Yohan Liyanage ]

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Juan Pablo Rostra
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Joined: Oct 12, 2008
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Also experiencing same "problem". Will post solution if I find it...

By the way, a workaround to avoid this warning from appearing is changing the warning level from "warning" to "ignore" in Preferences > Web > HTML Files > Validation > Invalid empty element tag
[ October 12, 2008: Message edited by: Juan Pablo Rostra ]
Yohan Liyanage
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Thanks Juan .
Jesper de Jong
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I'm also using Eclipse 3.4 SR1 on both Windows and Ubuntu (Linux). I've noticed many of these kinds of problems - especially in JavaScript files I get many bogus warnings and errors.

I guess that the Web Tools in this Eclipse version are unfortunately quite buggy...


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R. Duval
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Joined: Sep 16, 2008
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Yes,

WTP seems very buggy in Ganymede. I've experienced some related problems (Ganymede bug using jsp include directive) and as far as I noticed and read, only workarounds like disabling the validators will do the trick.
 
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